Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro — Smartphone 6+128 GB, 6,67” 120Hz AMOLED DotDisplay, Snapdragon 732G, 108MP Quad Camera, 5020mAh,

£229.00

Model name Redmi Note 10 Pro
Wireless carrier Unlocked for All Carriers
Brand Xiaomi
Form factor Bar
Memory storage capacity 128 GB
Operating system MIUI 12
Colour Onyx Gray
Cellular technology 4G
Model year 2021
Included components Camera
  • Touting a 108MP rear quad camera with 9-in-1 pixel-binning and Dual native ISO technologies, Redmi Note 10 Pro captures stunningly detailed images with its improved processing and higher dynamic range.
  • Redmi Note 10 Pro helps you get there with new creative photo and video features, including Pro time-lapse, Dual Video, Long exposure, telemacro, and ShootSteady modes. Get up close and personal with the 5MP telemacro lens. Two times the details.
  • Redmi Note 10 Pro helps you get there with new creative photo and video features, including Pro time-lapse, Dual Video, Long exposure, telemacro, and ShootSteady modes. Get up close and personal with the 5MP telemacro lens. Two times the details.
  • Achieving a 20:9 aspect ratio with its 6.67” AMOLED DotDisplay, Redmi Note 10 Pro is as incredible to look at as it is to use. Its high 120Hz refresh rate allows for a smoother experience during gaming and daily usage, while its impressive 240Hz touch sampling rate offers improved sensitivity control and lower latency for a more responsive screen.
  • Dual speakers on both the top and bottom of the device offer a more immersive sound experience, perfect for streaming content, playing games, or listening to your favorite music. Its large 5,020mAh (typ) battery keeps users powered up for all of life’s adventures, and its 33W fast wired charging offers peace of mind for users worried about battery drain during periods of heavy usage.

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The 108MP Voyager with 120Hz AMOLED Display and 33w fast charging 

note 10 pro

Challenge your boundaries with Redmi Note 10 Series 

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Perfect balance of beauty and quality 

Flagship-level design that doesn’t compromise on durability 

Red­mi Note 10 Pro was designed with the user in mind. Its new Arc side fin­ger­print sen­sor now sits flush with the device, seam­less­ly inte­grat­ed for a more com­fort­able in-hand feel with­out com­pro­mis­ing ease of use. Avail­able in three head-turn­ing col­ors — Onyx Gray, Glac­i­er Blue and Gra­di­ent Bronze 

Touting a 108MP rear quad camera 

Combining three high-end technologies, the camera was made for night photography 

The main cam­era is equipped with dual native ISO, with high­er dynam­ic range, rich­er details, and pro­fes­sion­al noise con­trol. With 9‑in‑1 bin­ning tech­nol­o­gy, the pix­els are com­bined into larg­er 2.1μm pix­els, increas­ing light sen­si­tiv­i­ty by 900%. Night mode 2.0 with RAW mul­ti-frame effec­tive­ly reduces noise and deliv­ers ultra-sharp night images. 

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6.67” AMOLED DotDisplay, 

Revolutionary display offers seamless experience 

Red­mi Note 10 Pro is as incred­i­ble to look at as it is to use. Its high 120Hz refresh rate allows for a 

smoother expe­ri­ence dur­ing gam­ing and dai­ly usage, while its impres­sive 240Hz touch sam­pling rate offers improved sen­si­tiv­i­ty con­trol and low­er laten­cy for a more respon­sive screen. 

On top and bottom of device 

Dual Speakers 

Offers a more immer­sive sound expe­ri­ence, per­fect for stream­ing con­tent, play­ing games, or lis­ten­ing to your favourite music. 

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The Technical Bit 

108MP quad cam­era 108MP wide-angle cam­era — 1/1.52” sen­sor size, 2.1μm 9‑in‑1 Super Pix­el — ƒ/1.9 — 6P lens • 8MP ultra-wide cam­era — 118° FOV — ƒ/2.2 • 5MP telemacro cam­era — ƒ/2.4 — AF • 2MP depth sen­sor — ƒ/2.4 16MP front cam­era • ƒ/2.45
Dis­play & Design • 120Hz AMOLED 6.67” Dot­Dis­play — Refresh rate: 120Hz — Sam­pling rate: up to 240Hz — Con­trast ratio: 4,500,000:1 — Col­or gamut: DCI-P3 — Bright­ness: 450 nits (typ), HBM 700 nits (typ), 1200 nits peak bright­ness (typ) — HDR10 cer­ti­fi­ca­tion — Read­ing mode 3.0 — Sun­light dis­play 2.0 — SGS Eye Care Dis­play Cer­ti­fi­ca­tion • Corn­ing Goril­la Glass 5 front • Col­ors*: Onyx Gray, Glac­i­er Blue, Gra­di­ent Bronze • Dimen­sions: 164mm × 76.5mm × 8.1mm • Weight: 193g • IP 53 Splash-proof test­ed**
Audio Dual speak­ers • 3.5mm head­phone jack • Hi-Res Audio cer­ti­fi­ca­tion
Per­for­mance Qual­comm Snap­drag­on 732G — Qual­comm Kryo 470, Octa-core CPU, up to 2.3GHz — 8nm man­u­fac­tur­ing process — Qual­comm Adreno 618 GPU • 6GB+64GB, 6GB+128GB, 8GB+128GB* — LPDDR4X RAM — UFS 2.2 stor­age • Z‑axis lin­ear vibra­tion motor • MIUI 12 based on Android 11
Bat­tery & Charg­ing 5,020mAh (typ) high-capac­i­ty bat­tery • 33W fast charg­ing • 33W in-box charg­er
Con­nec­tiv­i­ty Dual SIM • Bands: — LTE FDD: B1/2/3/4/5/7/8/20/28/32 — LTE TDD: B38/40/41(MHz 2535–2655) — WCDMA: 1/2/4/5/8 — GSM: 850/900/1800/1900 • Mul­ti-func­tion­al NFC* • IR blaster • USB Type‑C
Secu­ri­ty Arc side fin­ger­print sen­sor • AI face unlock

Important information

Visible screen diagonal

7″ / 17 cm

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Additional information

Weight 193 kg
Dimensions 16.4 × 7.65 × 0.81 cm
Batteries

1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. included

Product Dimensions

16.4 x 7.65 x 0.81 cm; 193 Grams

Date First Available

9 April 2021

ASIN

B08XM1ZJQ8

Item model number

M2101K6G

Country of origin

China

Manufacturer

Xiaomi

Reviews

  1. David K.

    Great phone for the price. Rec­om­mend­edI pre-ordered this last week, 2 hours after it was released on Tues­day. It arrived on Sat­ur­day, 10 days ear­li­er than promised and £17 cheap­er at £233 for the 6+128GB mod­el. Thanks Ama­zon, great ser­vice, excel­lent val­ue, price is now £269.All the review sites were giv­ing this phone 4.5–5 Stars. They are not wrong. It’s a great phone for the price. It has a Dual SIM slot AND a ded­i­cat­ed MicroSD Card slot on a sin­gle tray. The SD Card slot is not men­tioned in the prod­uct spec here at Ama­zon nor on Xiaomi.UK site, but it’s there as per reviews. £18 for a Sandisk128GB MicroS­DXC card.Seamless trans­fer from my old Motoro­la G4 Plus to the Note 10 Pro, con­trolled by the 10 Pro, via Blue­tooth to trans­fer my account, apps and data etc. Going from 16GB to 128GB of inter­nal stor­age is lib­er­at­ing, though the same apps in Android 11 seem to be between 4 and 10 x the size they were in Android 7. So around 100 apps + Android takes up about 23GB of inter­nal stor­age. Pro­gram­mers these days don’t seem to know how to write tight code.There is a UK Plug on the 33W charg­er, charges the 5020mAh bat­tery in about 1:20mins, with the 5A fast charg­er cable sup­plied. Nei­ther Ama­zon nor Xiao­mi seem to sell a spare charg­er on its own mod­el no MDY-11-EY, which is a shame, so for the moment you would need to get as 3rd par­ty one if you need­ed one. INUI sell a 30W met­al fast charg­er for your car for around £8 if you want to have fast charg­ing in yout car. It works well (get a com­pat­i­ble fast charg­ing 3A cable at the same time).Processor and 6GB RAM work very well. Not noticed any lag fir­ing up apps. Don’t use my phone for games so can’t say what the per­for­mance might be.My only con­cern before buy­ing was the MIUI 12 over­lay on Android 11. How­ev­er I have had no issues with it, though I don’t real­ly know what fea­tures are MIUI and what are vanil­la Android 11, since I have come from vanil­la Android 7. The lat­est MIUI updates seem to have fixed some of the minor nig­gles expressed in the reviews sites. You can unin­stall most of the Xiao­mi apps if you don’t need them.AMOLED dis­play is great.Camera is great. Doesn’t have a tele­pho­to lens but it does have upto10x dig­i­tal zoom, not men­tioned in most reviews. 10x is noisy, 5x zoom is the most I would want to use. Nor­mal zoom range is 0.6x, 1x or 2x. Click­ing on 2x gives you access to the 5x and 10x. Macro lens is sweet. It also has Wide and Ultra Wide angle. Haven’t tried low light pho­tos yet. Lots of set­tings, includ­ing RAW, if you want to take con­trol of your photography,No 5G of course, but I don’t real­ly need it, yet.Update1 : 2 weeks after pur­chase­Bat­tery life is real­ly good. I bought INUI cables for addi­tion­al charg­ers and PC con­nec­tions, very good quality.I haven’t come across any major neg­a­tive issues since my orig­i­nal review, how­ev­er I did dis­cov­er some irri­tat­ing fea­tures of MIUI.After about a week, it will try and fill up par­tial­ly filled pre-installed fold­ers with pro­mot­ed apps. It does­n’t actu­al­ly install them, it just clut­ters up your fold­ers. Just switch this fea­ture off by long hold on fold­er title and untick pro­mot­ed apps.Also, most of the pre-installed “Mi Apps” have adver­tis­ing and rec­om­men­da­tions. You can switch most of this off or unin­stall the app. Google some­thing like “how to remove pro­mot­ed apps in red­mi note 9 pro” (10’s too new). There are mul­ti­ple sites show­ing what you have to do for each app. One annoy­ing thing is that the way to switch off Ads or rec­om­men­da­tions is dif­fer­ent in sev­er­al of the MI Apps, so read all the rec­om­men­da­tions care­ful­ly and give it about 30 mins to do the lot. Oth­er than that, MIUI is fine.Update 2: 4 weeks after pur­chase. Be care­ful, a major weak­ness, you need to use the bumper case. I still rate the phone at 5 star, but you do have to take care of it.I strong­ly rec­om­mend you always use the bumper case pro­vid­ed, or pur­chase a stronger one your­self, rather than not have any pro­tec­tion for you phone. You may ask why use an ugly bumper when the un-bumpered phone is so much more attrac­tive. The answer is that the rear cov­er is made of glass and quite frag­ile. Great if you only use it on a very deep shag pile car­pet but I knocked my un-bumpered phone off a chair approx 18 inch­es from the ground onto a tiled floor. It fell on a cor­ner of the phone and shat­tered the rear glass and scraped the plas­tic side band. Nobody to blame but myself. The phone still worked but adding gaff tape to hold it togeth­er didn’t add much to its looks.Mechanical break­ages are not cov­ered by the UK war­ran­ty. I con­tact­ed Ama­zon Sup­port, who passed me on to Ziao­mi sup­port who sent a sup­port request to their sup­port sup­pli­er, SBE Ltd in Kent. SBE then post you a jiffy bag and you send them your phone. They will inspect it and then “post” you a writ­ten quote if it can be fixed. You have to then accept the quote, pay for the repair and they will then try to get the parts and fix your phone. When it is fixed, they will post the phone back to you in anoth­er jiffy band. Xiao­mi warned me it could take 3 weeks. The total postage time takes around 10 days, the eval­u­a­tion and repair can take about 3- 5 days. I had ini­tial­ly called my local repair shops which would nor­mal­ly repair a phone in 24 hours, but they couldn’t get hold of the spares. Spare’s avail­abil­i­ty may be more wide­spread in future, but in the mean­time if you break your rear cov­er expect up to 3 weeks for a repair.I found all the sup­port peo­ple at Ama­zon, Xiao­mi and SBE very help­ful, espe­cial­ly Meena at SBE Cus­tomer ser­vices who pulled out all the stops and fixed and returned my phone to me in 7 days. Thanks SBE, great cus­tomer ser­vice, much appre­ci­at­ed. The repair costs for a rear glass cov­er, and postage were about £53, which I thought was reasonable.So if you don’t want to risk­ing not hav­ing your phone for 3 weeks, make sure it’s pro­tect­ed with a bumper case, oth­er­wise make sure that portable shag pile car­pet is very thick and take it wher­ev­er you go.The obvi­ous ques­tion to ask is why do phone man­u­fac­tures (not just Xiao­mi) use glass rear cov­ers that are not robust enough and need a pro­tec­tive bumper, spoil­ing the aes­thet­ic qual­i­ty of the phone. Sure­ly not because of the poten­tial repair rev­enue stream! That’s pret­ty un-green and unac­cept­able these days, not real­ly very Zen or Taoist either is it! You need to get with the pro­gram guys, “hap­py cus­tomers buy more of your prod­ucts if they don’t break” as Lao Tzu might have said if he had a phone when writ­ing the Tao Te Ching.

  2. Iqra Saleem

    Almost per­fect phone for the priceI love this phone, it can do every­thing a flag­ship can do at a very afford­able price. I got this at the ear­ly bird price, which made this phone even more of a bargain.So why the 4 stars? Well, there are a few reasons:1. The speed. before this phone, I had the Mi 10t Lite. Which I got on Black Fri­day, so was also at a dis­count­ed price. com­ing from a phone from last year I was expect­ing sim­i­lar speeds as the key dif­fer­ence between this phones chip and the mi10tlite is 5g. This phone comes with a Snap­drag­on 732, the Mi10t lite comes with a 750G. The speed is felt the most when open­ing apps, or click­ing pho­tos. It’s not a deal-break­er, but I’m not sure how future proof this would be. This phone would have been perfect(ish) if they had used the 750G or bet­ter chip. (inside the bud­get bracket).2. The soft­ware. You will either love or hate the MUI inter­face of this phone. I don’t mind it much. But what does annoy me is the incon­sis­ten­cies and how in some apps things look fine and oth­ers they don’t. The dark mode will change the text in the app to white but will not change the but­tons, which become invis­i­ble or illeg­i­ble. You also can not change the launch­er (I use the nova launch­er), if you want to use ges­tures. All this can be fixed through soft­ware updates, but giv­en the track record of Xiao­mi, soft­ware updates come with new bugs.Would I rec­om­mend this phone? Yes, even with the slight nig­gles of speed and soft­ware, this phone is almost per­fect for the price. Yes in an ide­al world, the phone would be a bit faster and the soft­ware per­fect, but we don’t live in the ide­al world so have to make do. Even the flag­ships with their £1,000 would be put to shame by this bud­get phone in a lot of cat­e­gories. Over­all if this phone was a bit more pol­ished it could have knocked the flag­ships out.For the techies — I am plan­ning to root the phone and try a stock rom on this phone if I find the per­fect rom, with the gcam port that works with all the cam­eras. That should sort out the speed and soft­ware issues.

  3. Nick t

    Fan­tas­tic phone at an unbe­liev­able priceI’m hon­est­ly blown away with this phone, I have for the longest time gone with flag­ships for my phones. My last phone was a Huawei p30, I can’t get over just how good the cam­era is on this note 10 pro! Blows my p30 away, don’t get me wrong it’s a good cam­era the p30 but it was hit and miss a lot. The 120hz dis­play is real­ly nice and makes a big dif­fer­ence, I’m now just frus­trat­ed I spent so much on pre­vi­ous phones

  4. dad

    Superb phoneI bought the Sam­sung Galaxy S10 plus in 2019, cracked the screen and did­n’t fan­cy dish­ing out a grand for anoth­er flag­ship.. so I opt­ed for this Xiao­mi Red­mi Note 10 Pro… I can hon­est­ly say it is a bet­ter phone, than my Sam­sung which was the best phone in the world a mere 2 years ago.…Now I know the Xiao­mi won’t get as good a bench­mark and it’s chipset isn’t as fast on paper.. but the user expe­ri­ence is much bet­ter and regard­less of what it says on paper, it seems as fast and as smooth and as bright. The side fin­ger­print read­er is far supe­ri­or to an onscreen one.. the bat­tery life is bet­ter, the screen is just as good and smooth indoors and almost as good outdoors.There are more fea­tures and set­ting, even the cam­era has more fea­tures… It is amaz­ing how the dif­fer­ence 2 years can make.. I would high­ly rec­om­mend this phone.. With the excep­tion of heavy game users, I am not one, so I can­not speak on gam­ing expe­ri­ence, although YouTube reviews say it is adequate.

  5. Shameem

    Why peo­ple com­par­ing this to flag­ship phones?This is a great phone for its price, but many many com­par­ing this to a flag­ship phone or say­ing to get this phone rather than an expen­sive flag­ship ones are crazy and guar­an­teed to not own one.Again, if this is your price range, this phone is a GREAT phone to have for all the fea­tures the aver­age per­son needs.If you cur­rent­ly own or pre­vi­ous­ly owned a flag­ship phone, you may be dis­ap­point­ed as many many hard­ware AND soft­ware fea­tures are miss­ing, for example:(regardless if you use these fea­tures or not):- No cam­era opti­cal image sta­bi­liz­er (soft­ware sta­bi­liz­er is use­less even at 1080p),- Pho­to qual­i­ty (180mega-pix­el is not going to help with a cheap image sen­sor, they can put 500mega-pix­el and still can­not be good as an expen­sive sen­sor),- No wire­less charg­er,- No pulse sen­sor, prox­im­i­ty, barom­e­ter etc- No Air play (Apple)- No Dex/Flow (Sam­sung)- SD Card only for photo/video stor­age and such (not Apps) — SD card is slow any­ways.- No 4K video in 60fps (this phone can do 4k @ 30fps, but VERY low bit rate).- Low light pho­tos are not as good as adver­tised- Low-res­o­lu­tion screen- No Li-ion bat­tery (this has Li-Poly­mer which is cheap and short life cycle after few months, you will notice after 3 to 6 months)- No high­er def­i­n­i­tion screen and contrast/brightness lev­el not great. (AMOLED black is great but even the old Sam­sung S8 is bet­ter)- Slow RAM/CPU (hav­ing only 2GB fast ram is way bet­ter than hav­ing 6GB slow ram)Above are some of the things in my mind right now…Get this phone (or sim­i­lar price range phones) if this is your bud­get or a side/second phone.But don’t ever assume these phone types are good as flag­ship phones.

  6. Mr. N. Aslam

    Amaz­ing mid range phone!I rarely put up a review it felt the need to sub­mit a review here. My pre­vi­ous phone was a Sam­sung S9+ and last around 3 years and did a great job but became faulty. I decid­ed to take a punt on a mid range phone for the first time and not one of the major brand names and all I can say is I am blown away. My pho­tos and videos are miles bet­ter than the iPhone XR and Huawei P30 Pro pho­tos in our house­hold …some of the pics with­out any tweak­ing are breath­tak­ing. The bat­tery lasts on aver­age 2 full days of heavy usage and the OLED 120hz screen is just wow. I was a snob when I came to phones pri­or to own­ing this phone always wor­ried what oth­ers might say.…All I can say is how wrong I was …very good phone

  7. James Sta­ma­tiou

    Amaz­ing Phone — Don’t hes­i­tate.- Incred­i­ble 120mhz AMOLED screen, usu­al­ly only found on very expen­sive flag­ship hand­sets.- High qual­i­ty cam­era, capa­ble of 108 mega pix­el shots and 4k video. (See sam­ple shots).- Mas­sive bat­tery which lasts the aver­age user (me) around two days.- Quick charg­ing capa­bil­i­ty-NFC chip for Google Pay- Android 11. I am very impressed with the clean and slick MIUI12.- 6GB ram is more than capa­ble of pro­cess­ing a vari­ety of apps.- 128GB stor­age which is expand­able and capa­ble of dual SIM.- Very quick fin­ger­print sen­sor.- Excel­lent price.

  8. Kata­ri­na Bajerova

    Prob­a­bly bet­ter (or equal) than some flag­shipsThe media could not be loaded.

     Pros: 2 days bat­tery, crisp Amoled dis­play, usable cam­era, pre­mi­um build phone. pow­er­ful SD732G, 6Gb Ram,128Gb+ my microSD 512Gb, fan­tas­tic speakers!Cons: bloat­ware (approx. 24 app!) , no tele­pho­to lens (at least 2x-3x would be nice)

  9. robsta55

    Prob­a­bly the best Phone I’ve ever had!To be hon­est I’ve been a Huawei user for a num­ber of years, of course things have changed.So I decid­ed to start search­ing for a new phone, my search has been broad. Essen­tial­ly my ide­al phone has to have Google Ser­vices, that’s a giv­en. I looked at many mod­els from many man­u­fac­tur­ers. I looked at big brands to minor ones. My bud­get, between £200 to £350.I set­tled on the Xou­mi Red­mi Note 10 Pro. The Note 10 Pro ticked all my desired box­es. Not the lat­est mod­el, I know, but up to date enough for me. Its a pow­er house mod­el. From the accu­rate side touch fin­ger print sen­sor to the bril­liant camera.The screen is Amoled, at 120hertz it’s a beau­ti­ful screen. Bright­ness lev­els allow­ing you to see every­thing in bright out­door light. The 10 Pro is large in sev­er­al oth­er ways, screen over six inch­es, stor­age at 128 gigs (plen­ty for most peo­ple), 4gigs of Ram, Cam­era 60+ megapix­el 4 lens rear array, the qual­i­ty of the pho­tos is top notch (giv­en the real world price of this mod­el), macro is also bril­liant. Video abil­i­ty com­pletes the pho­to kit here, I’ve shot some prod­uct footage using video, results are very good.There is much more to the Xiao­mi Red­mi Note 10 Pro, I can­not rec­om­mend this mod­el high­ly enough. Of course there will be mixed reviews by the nit pick­ers, but over­all my expe­ri­ence of the Note 10 Pro has been total­ly pos­i­tive. Am I glad I bought this phone, absolute­ly. At this price point there prob­a­bly isn’t any­thing bet­ter out there, easy 5 stars in my hum­ble opinion.

  10. KimKim

    Typ­i­cal Xiao­mi Qual­i­ty. A+++I upgrad­ed from the 9 Pro to this phone. I’m real­ly pleased with it.It has use­ful features.The bat­tery lasts a day for full use.If I don’t use the phone much then it lasts longer. Obviously.It does­n’t have the flash­ing light for mes­sages of noti­fi­ca­tions, which i do like. How­ev­er, the phone does a quick dis­play of colour at the sides of the screen when a noti­fi­ca­tion comes in. I like this. But it only shows for a frac­tion of time.The cam­era is good.All the usu­al fea­tures of a Xiao­mi phone.I stopped buy­ing iPhones once I came across Xiaomi.These high qual­i­ty phones are so eas­i­ly avail­able. A lit­tle bit more pricey since Brex­it. I used to pur­chase mine from Chi­na but the duty makes it less economical.I high­ly rec­om­mend this phone.It came with a UK charg­er, clear phone pro­tec­tor and pack­aged in the tra­di­tion­al good qual­i­ty Xiao­mi box.Would I buy this again? Of course!

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